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including political luminaries like michelle obama and vice president joe biden have had their most private financial information hacked and then posted. here's abc justice correspondent pierre thomas. >> reporter: kim kardashian has made a living by putting her entire life in public view. for someone so exposed a website may have given too much information, specifically her credit report. she declined comment. she was one of more than a dozen celebrities and government officials targeted in one of the highest profile privacy breaches in history. personal financial details on display for all the world to see. from jay-z and britney spears to first lady michelle obama and hillary clinton. they're all apparent victims of what is known as a doxing attack. it involves gathering private documents and posting them on the internet. even the most protected people on the internet allegedly hit. vice president biden, attorney eric holder, even fbi director robert mueller. in an exclusive interview with abc's george ste, he wouldn't s whether it was authentic but confirm authorities are trying to figu
. the mass will take place tomorrow. vice president joe biden arrived in rome overnight. and president obama is leaving the country later this week to israel. it will be the first time, john and diana, that president obama and vice president biden will be out of the country at the same time. back to you. >> thank you, devin dwyer. in washington for us this morning. >>> tomorrow's installation mass begins at 4:30 eastern time. abc news will have live coverage on air and online. >>> two people are dead after their plane crashed into a south bend neighborhood. the jet was having mechanical problems. as it tried to land at a nearby airport. it hit two houses and then became stuck inside a third home. this woman heard the engine struggling. >> all of a sudden, sputtering or something. and then boom. nothing else. got real quiet. about 30 seconds later, i started hearing fire trucks. i said to my husband, i think a plane just crashed. >> the situation in the neighborhood especially dangerous because of the spilled jet fuel. and the structural damage to the homes. >>> now to the guilty verdicts in
political big wigs including vice president joe biden and superstar beyonce. >>> well, after years of debate colorado lawmakers have approved civil unions and the governor is expected to sign it. the legislation grants same-sex couples rights similar to those that come with marriage. the passage is considered a major political shift in a state where voters approved a gay marriage ban seven years ago. >>> and from texas, we now know the next political step being taken by a rising star from the bush family. 36-year-old george p. bush filed papers yesterday to run for land commissioner of texas. it's a little known but actually powerful position in the lone star state. george p. is the son of former florida governor jeb bush and, of course, his grandfather and uncle were both president. >>> well, tests on a rock -- test on rock samples collected on mars show the planet could have supported primitive life done by curiosity which drilled into the rock, crushed it and tested a tiny sample. nasa scientists say it contains clay minerals that formed in a watery environment favorable for microscopic o
to encourage the children. >> reporter: now, vice president joe biden, the first catholic american vice president, will lead the u.s. delegation to rome next week for the pope's installation mass. rob and diana. >> all right, devin dwyer live for us in washington, thank you. >>> pope francis has a busy first few days of his pontificate. he's meeting with pope benedict and noon eastern celebrate mass with all the cardinals. >> and schedule doesn't stop there. on sunday he will make an appearance with visitors gathered in st. peter's square and it's there in the square he will be formally installed for a mass set for tuesday. >> more on rome and more insight about what was it was like inside the conclave coming up on "good morning america." >>> time now for a look at weather from across the country. snow showers in northern new england with spring now just thankfully one week away. thank you. cooler air stretches all the way down to florida and also light snow in the upper midwest around the twin city, milwaukee and the windy city. late day showers from seattle to portland and some snow?
is there for the united states, vice president joe biden is leading the delegation. he's accompanied --s if. >> ands it his saint's day, the feast of st. joseph and house minority leader democratic leader nancy pelosi is there, as well, and you see representatives from gulf states, also, and then from the other religions, from the christian churches, there are 33 delegations from the various christian denominations including astonishingly the patriarch of constantinople, the first of equals among the orthodox churches, this is the first time it seeps in a thousand years since the churches split in 1054 that the leader of orthodox christians is there attending this inauguration mass. >> it really is quite something for that to happen. the patriarch came to this country some years back, he was really quite vociferously anti-catholic in some of his statements and, of course, the break was essentially over the primacy of rome and so to go to rome is really a gesture and they will go to st. peter's tomb together, apparently. and that is something, as you say in america we don't often get to see. it hasn'
heads of state, princes, first ladies and vice president joe biden leads the u.s. delegation. >>> in contrast to today's pageantry yesterday the pope sat down with serious talks with the president of argentina his anyway tifr country. though they appeared cordials pope and president cristina kirchner have rarely seen eye to eye and often clashed with her over legalizing gay marriage calling it the devil's handiwork and called gay adoption discrimination against children. >> listen to these numbers, seven in ten american catholics say the pope's top priority should be addressing the sex scandal in the church and more than three-quarters say he should lift the birth control ban and 64% say let priests marry. >> speaking of powerful social issues the latest abc news poll finds that support for gay marriage has reached a new high. 58% of americans now say it should be legal for gay and lesbian couples to wed including overwhelming approval from those under the age of 30. that's a big increase in just seven years. in 2004 only 32% of americans favored gay marriage. >>> former secr
of the nra targeted joe biden today inconsiderate sizing the obama administration's push for tougher gun law autos well, mr. vice president, and you feel the same way when i'm going to say it. for four decades you've enjoyed the arm prod tex of capitol police and secret service officers trying to destroy the second amendment rights of the rest of us. so when it comes to that right, sir, you keep your advice. we'll keep our guns. >> also telling attendees the meeting of the action committee that background checks will not make schools safer. the white house called for the laws after the school massacre. >> north korea showed off military hardware after making bold declarations this week. north korean state television broadcast these images of troops firing rockets at south korea islands. the leader observed through binoculars. the launchers came after north korea said it no longer recognized the armistice that ended the war back in 1953. this took place while the us us and south korea held joint annual drills. north korea calling exercises quote, invasion rehearsal autos still ahead the vatic
tomorrow at the vatican. joe biden, america's first catholic vice president is heading the u.s. delegation at the inaugural mass. >> it was a quiet morning and it is a quiet morning at st. peter's square. the calm before tomorrow's historic mass. the pope faces serious questions about his past. abc's devin dwyer is joining us from washington with more. >> reporter: dignitaries are arriving in rome from around the world. the 266th leader of the roman catholic church. he's been pope for only four days but francis is already celebrated as a people's pope. [ speaking italian ] >> reporter: speaking informally and with humor in his first sunday appearance from that window overlooking st. peter's square. in his first blessing, he told the crowd of got's love and forgiveness. and then a down-to-earth farewell. enjoy your lunch. >> he's a people person. he'll do amazing for the church. >> reporter: earlier sunday, he celebrated mass at a
new and very different life. >> spectacular day. vice president joe biden is set to lead the u.s. delegation to pope francis' inauguration mass which will be held tuesday morning. >> abc's cokie roberts, a long time vatican observer, has been reporting from rome all week. she sat down with "nightline's" terry moran to talk about what we can expect from the new pope. >> so as a world waits to find out more about newt pope, the white house said vice president biden is going to lead the u.s. delegation to pope francis' inauguration mass next tuesday morning. abc's cokie roberts, a vatican observer has been here all week, reporting on this, and joins us now. in a big picture way, what does this mean, what does it say that the church, the cardinals have chosen this man? >> it says they're ready to make a big change. benedict after john paul ii was continuity. this is a huge difference. instead of the cerebral, theologian, you have this down to earth man of the people. and of course he is from the new world. and that is a very big deal for this church. which, really does still kid us
saying this about the vice president. i have a soft spot for joe biden. but he's dumb as an ashtray. >> that's how he talks. i mean, roger is very straightforward. >> can a 4-year-old be a pinhead? yes. >> reporter: and fox news, as powerful as it is polarizing, is 5 all but a reflection of ailes as well. is it fair to call him a starmaker? >> sure. o'reilly was not a super career. sean hannity was on radio. he told him on nhow to appear o tv. he produced a network out of it. >> reporter: he revolutionized cable television. >> we want the star of the network to be the news. his position was i want the stars of this network to be the stars. >> reporter: how will history judge him? >> history judges the winners. roger has been a winner to establish this conservative tv network. >> reporter: for abc news, bianna golodryga, new york. >> thank you, bianna. >>> coming up here, we're going back home with with honey boo-boo. >>> we're back on the couch, everybody. i loved part one, by the way, loved part one. we're back with part two of our interview with honey boo-boo. >> when last we left
at the vatican, vice president joe biden led the american delegation along with political and religious leaders from around the world. pope francis bowed and prayed at the tomb of st. peter. and afterward received a simple woolen pallium and fisherman's ring placed on his right finger and we heard some of pope francis' familiar themes. >> translator: an embrace with tender affection the whole of humanity. especially the poorest, the weakest, the least important. >> reporter: and the crowd estimated to be up to 200,000 people strong and they watched this inaugural mass on large screen televisions. monitors scattered all over st. peter's square. we're also learning more about someone else who watched this very special event, pope emeritus benedict, italian media reported he watched from the comforts of his own home on television. robin? >> good for him. such a special morning. thank you so much. >>> back here at home the frightening and potentially deadly plot foiled at the university of central florida. police revealing that guns and explosives were found in a student's dorm room all part of an
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